Scholarship Sources

Several hundred million dollars in scholarships and loans are provided each year through colleges, corporations, foundations, and other organizations. Total sources of scholarships, loans, and part-time jobs to help students include millions more in federal, state, and local programs.

Investigate the many scholarship possibilities. Use the telephone. Search the Internet. Write letters and emails. Find out what's out there. Do not wait. Check deadlines. Pinpoint the best possibilities, and follow up.

Your scholarship success depends on your persistence and timeliness!

A list of scholarships available outside of the college are posted here as a service to you. Contact the sponsoring organization for more information about these scholarships. provides data on over 50,000 financial assistance opportunities for students throughout the US, free of charge.

In addition to offering this user-friendly search engine at no cost, also provides a convenient, ready to use scholarship application template. The records in our database are constantly updated, and in addition to financial information, we also post links to government agencies, minority student organizations, and sites with information on resources for international students. This site does not request any personal information other than a valid e-mail address to which we can send your search results, which will arrive in your inbox in under three minutes.